Welcome to Venti Comms, a boutique communications consultancy specialising in copywriting, content and PR.
From our base in Shropshire, we work with small, independent clients and established agencies who are looking to communicate more clearly and effectively with their stakeholders.
For businesses, Venti Comms can provide specialist support with copywriting, content, PR, marketing and social media, either on a regular retained basis or on ad hoc projects whenever you need.
For established design and marketing agencies, Venti Comms offers bespoke consultancy to enhance your in-house skill set or even manage specific projects on your behalf. We can act as your copywriting, content or PR partner, becoming a snap-on member of your team.
If you’re not sure where to start, we offer up to 30 minutes of free consultancy – do drop us a line to arrange a chat.
As many of us go into self-isolation or work from home, we may have plenty to distract us during working hours but find ourselves staring into a vacuous, socially-distant abyss in the evenings or at weekends.
As we approach an impending lockdown to minimise the spread of coronavirus, we’re more in need of distraction than ever. Here are some long-form journalism articles to take your mind off things…
Love it or hate it, peer-led reviews still carry a lot of influence when it comes to informing consumer choice. Whatever sort of business you run, people will always make their voice heard if they’ve got a gripe.
I love copywriting, but I’m completely *obsessed* with gifting! So as we near the Big Day, I just wanted to share a few last-minute gifting tips for those who are in panic-buying mode!
The humble blog; often overlooked as an old-school marketing tactic, it’s still one of the most important tools to help customers get to know your business.
Advertising and PR can both play an important role in marketing your products and services. Both practices are geared towards reaching your target audience, but there are some crucial differences between the two.
Ever find yourself using the same words and phrases in all your company’s content, just because they’re the same as you see everyone else using? Wake up your audience with these simple word switches.
Whether you’re a Marketing Officer juggling PR in-house for a company, or a seasoned PR agency professional managing a roster of different clients, there are certain things you should always avoid…
Wondering why your competitors always seem to be in the press, or why no one in your industry seems to know much about you? Here are 11 signs it may be time to explore PR for your business.
From the smallest start-up to the largest corporation, every type of company has the potential to face a serious reputational threat – often when they least expect it. Here are the most common types of PR crisis…
Often throughout my career, I’ve seen companies invest heavily in the visual elements and usability of their website, but neglect one of the most powerful sales tools in the website mix – the wording.
Someone once said to me: “There’s no point doing PR, we’ve got no news.” You don’t have to be doing something hugely newsworthy to harness the power of PR. Sometimes, the opposite is true.
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